Real or imaginary?
On CDC website:
Center for Disease Control (CDC) counsels agents that an outbreak is occurring
Zombie virus is a new (novel, hence, novella) virus
CDC has a fun way of teaching about emergency preparedness. Our graphic novel, "Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic" demonstrates the importance of being prepared in an entertaining way that people of all ages will enjoy. Readers follow Todd, Julie, and their dog Max as a strange new disease begins spreading, turning ordinary people into zombies. Stick around to the end for a surprising twist that will drive home the importance of being prepared for any emergency. Included in the novel is a Preparedness Checklist so that readers can get their family, workplace, or school ready before disaster strikes. Click on the image below to view the novella. A transcript can be found by clicking on the “accessible text” PDF. You can also download the novella on Google bookshere or download a printable pdf versions here.
Here is a pdf version, in case the link does not work.
In the imaginary story, the news man announces an outbreak in the southeast USA (FEMA Region 4).
Another news report comes from Raleigh, NC and says half the city is infected. This is in Wake County.
Wayne (North Carolina), Prince George (Maryland) and Bartow (Georgia) counties are also mentioned.
A third news person announces events from Savanna, Georgia. (Chatam County)
The girl has a symbol on her shirt.
It is the Greek letter Psi, or the number 23. …….23 has occult implications.
The virus is identified as 25 N1.
It seems to be similar in symptoms to the rabies virus.
The zombies seem sluggish during the day, and more active at night.
This does not sound like a biological malady.
Dr. Khan is in CDC vaccine facility.
A man with SDS on his cap is in charge of the vaccine delivery.
Safe places are assigned such as elementary schools, but guarded by soldiers who do not fight the zombies when they come to infect others.
Therefore the safe places are not safe, but collecting places for those who will be attacked by those infected.
Later in the story, there is a thunderstorm warning, for the same counties having problems with the “virus.”
Does any of this imaginary story match with reality, or with other information on the internet, or news?
1. There are some news reports about people acting like zombies, naked, and attacking others, trying to eat them. It appears more like they are on drugs than anything else.
2. The movie Zombie Apocalypse seems to play on this idea.
3. FEMA region 3 has some chemical and biological store houses. (FEMA site)
4. There is some concern about rockets being launched over the area that will generate chemtrails containing lithium. http://investmentwatchblog.com/fema-region-3-targeted-for-bioterrorism/
5. The southeast currently has thunderstorms almost every day. If there were poisons in the upper atmosphere, example, from chemtrails, the rain would bring them down.
6. The key risks for the southeast are hurricanes, storms and flooding, which could cause the breakdown of sanitation. Outbreaks, with some exceptions, seem to be located on coastal areas close to water.
7. Region IV has been designated by the CDC in the example ( see FEMA map)
8. Region VII is also of interest, since it has been announced that Kansas would have Level 5 CDC facility (Dead giveaway for that region) ( see FEMA map)
These are maps of reported “zombie” outbreaks. They show the southeast USA profile, but include other regions as well:
From the outbreak maps, it looks like more than the southeast USA could have a problem.
If there is a possibility of any disease outbreak, we should be ready for it.
It does not matter if it is due to flooding, storms, infected people, or chemtrails.
Proper emergency preparation should be done.
During such times, it is wise to avoid public places.
But if we go out, we should wear face masks, and wash our hands in case we have touched something contaminated.
If we can, we should plan to stay home, away from the problem, and let the situation pass.
If we do this, we should have extra food and water and other supplies we normally need at home.
If you do not know who your Savior is, you should seek God and find out.
In a very severe situation, normal human means of coping will fail, and unless you look to God as your healer, you will die.